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Fillmore County District Court 3.4.13

Fri, Mar 1st, 2013
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On February 11, 2013, Mallissia Kaye Carlson, 40 of Chatfield, appeared before Judge Robert Benson at the Fillmore County Courthouse. She was charged with two counts of Deprive Another custodial/parental rights- conceal minor, two counts of Deprive Custody/parental rights- refuse to return minor, and two counts of Deprive Custody- cause child being runaway, each with a maximum penalty of four years, $8,000 or both. She was also charged with giving tobacco to a person under 18 and obstructing the legal process.

In October, a woman reported her 14-year-old son missing. She later allegedly received a phone call from Carlson, who allegedly told her that her son was safe and being taken care of. The mother told police she believed Carlson had her son at her house. Carlson had allegedly been keeping him at her home. Carlson was released on her own recognizance with $8,000 unconditional bail, and she must not go within 200 feet of the child’s school or residence.

Angela Lynn Stewart, 28 of Spring Valley, also appeared before Judge Benson. She was charged with Burglary in the 3rd Degree- steal/theft- take/use/transfer movable property with no consent, which has a maximum penalty of five years, $10,000 or both. Stewart was allegedly part of an incident in which she and two men broke into a shed and stole a variety of tools from someone. She was released on her own recognizance with $10,000 unconditional bail.

Brett Michael Alderman, 22 of Harmony; Annie Laurie Ellis, 30 of Spring Grove; and Robert Blake Hughes, 32 of Harmony; were all charged with Cemeteries- Damages/destroys/mutilates or injurs human burials or burial grounds, and Cemeteries- without consent disturbs ground or removes human remains, both of which have a maximum penalty of five years, $10,000, or both. They were also charged with Cemeteries- removes tombstone, monument or structure public or private, which has a maximum penalty of one year, $3,000 or both, as well as Damage to Property in the 3rd Degree- trespass/found on premises.

The charges stem from an incident in which all three were said by an anonymous caller to have been seen at a cemetery where they allegedly tipped over a gravestone and damaged some plants and ornamental figures. They were released on their own recognizance with $10,000 unconditional bail.

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